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    • 22nd st bike lane

Councilman Bill Greenlee still won't let Streets Dept. stripe bike lane planned for 22nd St.

When we last checked in on the 22nd St. bike lane saga, Councilman Bill Greenlee was opposing a bike lane for 22nd Street that is in the city's adopted Pedestrian and…

    • The uniform cornice lines of South 15th Street.

Council bills focus on tax relief for homeowners, low-income workers

Councilman Kenyatta Johnson introduced a bill on Thursday that would freeze indefinitely the amount of property taxes owed by certain homeowners in Philadelphia. The bill would amend the Longtime Owner Occupants…

    • Members showed support for the proposed Fairmount Bike Lanes by raising their pink voting cards
Eyes on the Street

Civics support proposed Fairmount Ave bike lanes

A snowstorm postponed one vote, poor attendance another and a mail-in vote a third, but after approximately two months of public meetings, the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia has gathered votes…

    • Heart of Glass | phillytrax, Eyes on the Street flickr group
Eyes on the Street

Shooting crimes | budget compromises falling into place | dancing in Wharton Square Park | bogus bike lane veto

Heart of Glass | phillytrax, Eyes on the Street flickr groupSince 2001 photographer Joe Kaczmarek has shot city crime scenes. Phawker talked to Joe about his night owl schedule, police…

    • The 10th Street bike lane in Chinatown during its pilot phase.
Eyes on the Street

Poll: Should City Council control bike lanes?

Who should decide where new bike lanes may be installed? Should decisions about bike lanes be left to the city's transportation engineers and planners or should City Council have greater control?…

    • Architectural Relief | Rob Lybeck, Eyes on the Street flickr group
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Kevin Boyle on absentee landlords: 'we'll continue to raise hell with them' [VIDEO]

This is part of ongoing coverage in “District 172: The Politics of Change after State Rep. John Perzel,” a collaborative effort with Philadelphia Neighborhoods funded by J-Lab. During…

    • Photo courtesy of Elsie Stevens.

Reader Submission: Holme Circle fights to keep Engine 18 open

Scores of Holme Circle residents participated in two protests on Oct. 17 at 9 a.m. and Oct. 27 at 4:30 p.m. at the Engine 18 firehouse at Pennypack Circle to voice their concern of the…

    • Photo submitted by Elsie Stevens.

Letter to the Editor: Fired up at brownout policy

I’m seeing red these days as I learn more about the Fire Department’s brown outs.  Did you know that three firehouses in northeast Philadelphia are among those on the citywide list:…

    • Lt. Bugieda of the 15th District introduces four officer, with more than 20 years of experience among them.

Mayfair Town Watch hosts PSA2 meeting

In honor of the Philadelphia Police Department's PSA Week, Mayfair Town Watch hosted one of several meetings in the Northeast last night. More than 15 people, six police officers, two politicians…

    • Community Relations officer Mark Mroz received a city citation at the Dec. 15, 2009 Lawncrest Community Association meeting held at St. William's School. Councilwoman Marian Tasco's administra

Lawncrest community figures get city citations

Community Relations officer Mark Mroz received a city citation at the Dec. 15, 2009 Lawncrest Community Association meeting held at St. William's School. Councilwoman Marian Tasco's administrative assistant Kathy Wersinger also…

    • Bill Dolbow leads Tuesday night's Lawncrest Civic Association meeting

Lawncrest Civic Association hosts two major Republican candidates

The agenda for last night's Lawncrest Civic Association read like a who's who of local figureheads - much to the attendees' delight. Aside from the usual address from board members Bill…

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